Tagged: Resume Writing

5 Career Tips for College Graduates

Graduation has passed and the allotted period of free time a college grad can take advantage of has burned out. You’re officially considered “unemployed”. Don’t let this get you down, we have compiled a list of 5 career tips for college graduates:

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Creating a Job Specific Resume

So you’re on the hunt for a new job and have discovered an opening that’s a perfect match for your qualifications and career goals! The only problem is that you’re not sure how to create a job specific resume. With a little time and energy, here are a few ways you can revise your current […]

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Resume Formatting Tips using Microsoft Word

There’s no way around it, if you’re in the business of working for a living, you’re going to need a resume. When it comes to creating this winning document, Microsoft Word may just be one of the most popular programs out there. Below are a few basics for creating a professional and clean resume in Word. […]

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My Top 8 Resume Pet Peeves as a Recruiter

As a recruiter, resumes are obviously vital in our search for candidate-job matches. A clear, concise, well-rounded resume can separate someone from the rest of the pack. That being said, there are still many resumes that I would rather not see all together. Below I have compiled a list of my Top 8 Resume Pet […]

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I applied to the job I wanted… Why didn’t I hear back?

Applying for jobs can be extremely frustrating. You fill out the extensive form, attach a resume, hit submit… and then what? Wait, pray, apply again? Here are some reasons to answer the question “Why hasn’t anyone called me?” 1.  Too many people applied for the same job posting. Lots of people apply for every job […]

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Job Seekers! Make Sure Your Resume Stands Out

As recruiters, we post new jobs almost every day with each posting bringing in anywhere from 20 to 100 applicants. It’s been said that a recruiter can read a resume and determine if it would be a fit in 20 seconds or less. Now many may be thinking: “That doesn’t seem like a lot of […]

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